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Makers on the Move is an outreach program for middle- and high-school students, where college of engineering undergraduate students volunteer to facilitate hands-on STEM activities on the Millard Oakley STEM Center’s STEMmobile, a mobile laboratory housed in a 53’ tractor trailer. Activities, tied to State of Tennessee learning outcomes, range from how wind power works to circuitry.Students from Tennessee Tech will visit your school to teach your students about practical STEM applications. Another option is to schedule the STEM Mobile to come to your school for a hands-on activity.
Activities range from short, 20-minute experiences to longer, more in-depth experiences of 60-minutes. Explore If you are a high school teacher interested in participating in this program and inviting one of our innovative, award-winning teams or the STEMmobile, staffed by our student organizations, to your high school, please contact the Clay N. Hixson Student Success Center at email@example.com or phone (931) 372-3553 for more information.
Schools can participate by contacting the Clay N. Hixson Student Success Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or (931) 372-3553.
Outcome of the Activity:
Program outcomes include increasing middle- and high-school students knowledge of STEM, especially in relation to engineering, through a curriculum emphasizing STEM and entrepreneurial-based principles; and increasing middle- and high-school students interest in engineering and other STEM fields by providing them with a hands-on experience with a variety of engineering products.
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